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Storm War (2011)

Washington haunting series of weather disasters, devastating the city. Two brothers - sons of a recognized scientist and meteorologist - begin an investigation to explain the unexpected attacks of nature.

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David Grange
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Jacob Grange
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Colonel Neilson
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Senator Aldrich
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Chloe
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Samantha Winter
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Marcus
Anna Adair ...
Sarah Sharpe
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Secret Service Agent
Julie Bordelon ...
FBI Call Center Operator #1
Marcus L. Brown ...
FBI Call Center Operator #2
Jesse De Luna ...
Reynolds (as Jesse DeLuna)
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Secretary of Defense
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Secret Service Agent #1
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FBI Agent Lawson (as Nick Jones)
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A series of freak weather occurrences around Washington D.C. reunites two estranged brothers who are the sons of a once prestigious climate scientist. One of them suspects their father is behind it and upon further investigation, they discover that all of their father's enemies are dead - victims of freak weather accidents. Soon their suspicions are confirmed as their father hijacks radio and TV transmissions to relay the message that unless a certain Senator whom canceled his Defense Department contracts is handed over, the city of Washington D.C will suffer the consequences. As the brothers race to form a plan that can defeat their father, he lets loose a variety of diabolical weather weapons on the Smithsonian, Jefferson and Lincoln Memorials, and National Mall! Written by Anonymous

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26 November 2011 (USA)  »

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Samantha, David and Jacob are taken to an unknown military establishment, Samantha is wearing a pink top. The next scene shows her sitting at a computer wearing what looks like a black top (it's the green top she puts on after her shower). When she leaves the room she is wearing the pink top again. See more »

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Exciting and well-written movie...
6 August 2014 | by (Evansville, Indiana USA) – See all my reviews

Storm War (2011) DVD I watched titled "Weather Wars" 1st watched 8/3/2014 – 7 out of 10(Dir-Todor Chapkanov): Exciting and well-written movie about a scientist who's funding is cutoff by the government on a project where the intent was to use weather as an asset channeling it into a weapon for the country. The senator who dropped the funding becomes a target to the elderly scientist years later as he's perfected his research and is using it as revenge. The main evil character is played by Stacy Keach – his two sons and a former assistant try to help the government track him down before he kills a lot of people. Keach's character poses initially as a bum to plant a tracking device on the Senator and then let's lose the energy sources that create the weather anomalies. Keach does a great job in this role and the rest of the cast carry the load well despite the somewhat inconceivable plot. The director, Todor Chapkanov, keeps the story moving with the only flaw being an attempt at throwing in some romance, which in my opinion, was un-necessary. Otherwise the story flows well and keeps your interest to the very end. The Senator's character is sometimes too hardlined and formulaic as far as being the no-holds barred rough guy, but the other characters are believable. The sons are two totally different personalities – one following in his father's footsteps and the other going the other direction – which makes for an interesting collaboration. As the father continues bringing down his haters the group work well together to try and bring him down and stop the ultimate destruction of the city of Washington D.C. This, in my opinion, was an un-expected gem where this genre is usually too over-the-top for anyone to pay attention --- but they make the possibility seem believable making the movie work.


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